Monthly Archives: November 2012

Etchings App for the iPad

I’m a sucker for any photo app that comes along. I enjoy making changes to photographs and using them in projects instead of looking for images that I can find on the Internet. It’s so easy to snap a shot … Continue reading

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Further Reflections on the Udemy Class

Lecture 6: Data is Apolitical I felt like adding to my post from yesterday regarding the Udemy class lectures by Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo! from a presentation while she worked for Google. She said that organizational political liaisons such as … Continue reading

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Reflection on My First Course Through Udemy

Udemy is a platform that hosts classes, both free and paid, on a wide variety of subjects. I took the leap and took my first class. I downloaded the Udemy iPad app and used my iPad to watch the lectures. … Continue reading

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OneTuner Pro App for iPad – Free Today

I remember listening to my Sony shortwave radio many years ago while living overseas. One of the programs I enjoyed was Radio Moscow on Sunday evenings when they would broadcast short stories, complete with really great sound effects. Listening to the … Continue reading

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GiftShopper App is Free Today

Continuing along with the theme of free apps over the Thanksgiving holiday, today I thought I would download the GiftShopper app and pass along my thoughts. This is a basic app that helps you keep track of shopping for gifts. … Continue reading

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LivingOrganized App Free Today

LivingOrganized is usually $9.99 but is free for the Thanksgiving weekend. I’ve just downloaded it on my iPad and it looks very promising.  The User Guide is handy, and everything is right there in one place so you can click … Continue reading

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Photo Wall App for the iPad is Free Today

If you want to send a collage of holiday photos to someone today is a good time to visit iTunes to get Photo Wall which is free for a limited time. Here is a link that gives you a good description … Continue reading

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Fooducate Apps

Since food will be on the minds of many people as we go through the holiday season, I thought I would write a post about the Fooducate app which I have on my iPad. It’s optimized for the iPhone 5, but works on … Continue reading

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Doppeltext—Dual Language Spanish/English Don Quixote on your iPad

Doppeltext has a dual language Spanish/English edition of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, translation by John Ormsby in two parts: El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha As you read … Continue reading

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Create a Homework Drop Box in SharePoint

If your school is using Microsoft SharePoint as a place for you to create sites for your classes, you can add homework drop boxes for students surprisingly easily. Here are the steps: 

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